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Vala by Cloud S. Riser
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Jul 17, 2012

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bookshelves: 212books, deities, fantasy, mythology, really-ya, demons-succubi-and-hell, first-in-the-series
Recommended for: YA readers
Read on July 17, 2012 — I own a copy

** spoiler alert ** This is a YA book but not a typical one.
What makes it different is that Cheyenne-the female lead– falls for a bad boy and realizes that he isn’t perfect. Even though, she’s hopelessly attracted to Denver, she tries her best to keep a cool head around him.
I did find it odd that she didn’t much resent him biting her but I guess that could be because it opened a whole new world to her.
I loved the twins and their completely different personalities.
What didn’t sit well with me was that Cheyenne kept disregarding her dreams. I mean you’re at a magic school and those dreams felt ominous, yet she didn’t seem to pay attention to them.
The mystery surrounding the statue of the angel and the Fallen Angel was intriguing and I hope there’ll be more about them in the next book.

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